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... also has sun chairs for those who do not want to go for a dip and just want to sit by the pool, and soak in the beautiful South African sun. The rooms were very clean when I arrived to to hotel room everything I wanted to have a relaxed time was there, another good aspect of the hotel was the rooms weren't small at all there was plenty of room. For all of this the hotel seems like it would be expensive but for only $95 a night ...
After I spent all day at Rantanga Junctions I wanted to go and see the history of Cape Town and South Africa. Once I left Rantanga Junctions at 4pm, I then arrived at the Lady Hamilton at 5pm and got ready to go out to Cape Town Diamond Museum. I chose this muesum because of the trading hours which are from 9:am to 8pm and all the other museums in Cape Town close at 4 ...
... guavas (I've never seen anyone eat more fruit in my entire life...and I grew up in the tropics where there was fresh fruit everywhere!). Our last day in Johannesburg was sunny with temperatures in the low 70s and a moderate breeze, which was pretty much how it was since we had arrived.
Tina and I chatted the whole two-hour flight. It wasn't the most smooth flight; I got the feeling the pilot was battling the ...
... was sublime and it was a great, meaningful last meal in SA. One week you're counting antelope on a game reserve the next you're chowing down on them in cape town. Circle of life. One final taxi back to the hostel and I finished all my packing and checked in for my flight tomorrow. So sad man. Tomorrow I'm up early again, but this time for a skydive. My last adventure, of the trip, hopefully not ever. See ya then. Can I go back to Kwantu and just stay forever. K. Thanks. ...
... history, N. Mandela - political economy). Itīs necessary to highlight that the political prisoners sent to Robben Island were mainly educated people (doctors, lawyers, professors etc.).
After finishing the tour around the island we were invited to visit the prison and, among other places, also its most famous cell no. 7 where Nelson Mandela was kept for 18 years. He had to be isolated from the other prisoners so that he wasnīt able to influence them.